Readings in Sri Aurobindo's The Life Divine Volume 2

Readings in Sri Aurobindo's The Life Divine Volume 2 There is probably no other book [Sri Aurobindo's The Life Divine] that I know of which so well, completely, rationally and intuitively addresses the questions of our existence and the meaning of life, and provides a cogent answer rooted in the highest spiritual realization and yogic experience that can be adapted by all, regardless of their particular background or inclinations. Santosh Krinsky, a life long student of Sri Aurobindo, with great devotion, dedication and attention has served this crucial role of providing a bridge to help us enter more deeply into the vast universe of consciousness that Aurobindo holds open for humanity today. He leads the reader through each page of The Life Divine by extracting its essence. In this way, he makes the book easier to access, with no loss of its broader meaning. - from the Foreword by Dr. David Frawley, author of Yoga and Ayurveda

Occult Lines Behind Life

Many things in life are inexplicable as long as one fails to see behind the surface. This world is a Cosmos, with Order and Laws maintaining that Order. Physical science is acquainted with only the external processes. There is a larger, deeper science of the Occult which gives the key to the understanding of life's mysteries.

Kundalini Yoga

This book expounds the science of consciousness and quickly reviews the concepts of chakras, mantras, yoga, and awakening of the kundalini energy as the foundation of realization.

Readings in Sri Aurobindo's Rebirth and Karma

Sri Aurobindo has provided what may be the most comprehensive, cogent, clear and balanced view of karma and rebirth available. Santosh Krinsky has taken the primary points of Sri Aurobindos understanding, explained and highlighted them for the modern reader to more easily understand. Anyone who appreciates the law of karma or entertains some possibility of rebirth or reincarnation would benefit from reading this book.

Vedic Symbolism

The value of the Rig Veda as a guidebook to spiritual practice has been obscured due to the heavy veil of symbols used by the Rishis to hide their meaning from the uninitiated. "Vedic Symbolism" introduces the major vedic concepts and reveals their esoteric sense.

The Yoga of Love

The Yoga of Love concerns itself with the union of the human soul with the Divine through emotion, the heart's movements of aspiration, longing and seeking, and the fulfillment of the divine relationship with the soul. This yoga is the fount from which the great saints have drawn their inspiration and strength.